Hit by scandal and resignations, Turk PM names new ministers

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captaintr wrote:

I wonder how you define Turkey to be flourished economically during the current government’s reign of 3 terms?

1-Did Turkish national debt decreased and erupted?

2-Is Turkish GDP per capitai ncreased in real terms in their terms?

3-Did the real time-on the street- inlation has been measured correctly and in consistent with the real people’ real income?

4-Did the Turkih economy at least managed to begin positive savings over the incomes or is is still foreign borrowing from the world?

5-What is the currecnt deficit level that proves the economy flourished?

Could someone give our nation and ou people how the above figures in reality and how oe can evaluate those figures as ”flourished”.

Last but not the least; so many people thinks and believes that the only flourished segment in Turkey is and only the ruling party,his family and relaties against none.

Please when you provide evaluations give us reality with proven data.
Regards
Captaintr

Dec 25, 2013 9:05am EST  --  Report as abuse
paintcan wrote:

No doubt the number of people involved in government graft is far higher than the list contains so far. If the highest were doing it – there must be thousands or tens of thousands of imitators.

It still won’t get all the buildings that have been put up under their rotten leadership strengthened in time for the next major quake in Istanbul. But maybe it’s a start?

Dec 25, 2013 11:45am EST  --  Report as abuse
paintcan wrote:

No doubt the number of people involved in government graft is far higher than the list contains so far. If the highest were doing it – there must be thousands or tens of thousands of imitators.

It still won’t get all the buildings that have been put up under their rotten leadership strengthened in time for the next major quake in Istanbul. But maybe it’s a start?

Dec 25, 2013 11:52am EST  --  Report as abuse
Neslihan wrote:

Breaking news… Imams Gulen and Erdogan fighting over grilled Turkey this Christmas. All carrots and potatoes spilled and rolling on the table.

Dec 25, 2013 1:41pm EST  --  Report as abuse
djangoist wrote:

Latest news from Turkey:E.Bayraktar the former ally and minister of PM Erdogan goverment has given a sour message when he resigned blamed Erdogan is responsible for all acts!The power struggle between Erdogan and his rival Gulen sect is came into the surface when all the police chiefs of Istanbul are removed from their position in order the stop the first trial wave started by prosecutors who blamed some ministers sons involved in corruption.A general manager of a local bank is alleged by money loundering in Iranian illegal gold trade and a young Azeri businessman is in the center of bribery organization.The goverment refused allegations and replaced nearly almost all the Istanbul police department in order to control the crisis.But recently second wave of operation by Istanbul prosecuters offence has started.But the goverment controlled police department did nothing for the juridical orders.They stayed in endless meetings during the day,neglecting porsecutors.Later in the day its said governer of Istanbul and security chief is put into custody by prosecutors.It’s going to be a hard day for Erdo─čan tomorrow!It’s so dramatic times for Erdogans goverment who had shown his merciless fist to the anti goverment protesters during Gezi protests in summer!

Dec 25, 2013 2:52pm EST  --  Report as abuse
djangoist wrote:

We secular minded,universally thinking educated Turks are so terrorised by Erdogans intolerance during Gezi protests but we are not so happy or pleased with this ugly war between the AKP and Gulen sect.All we need is freedom,democracy and real leadership!

Dec 25, 2013 2:58pm EST  --  Report as abuse
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